The only problem is, there’s more to being in charge of the best interests of the citizens of a state than just cash pools and balanced books in one department.
It’s a great idea if somehow a few hundred overdose deaths in a year isn’t quite enough.
If Governor LePage and DHHS Commissioner Mary Mayhew think 40 percent of poverty is enough to cover basic family expenses and a healthcare plan for a parent, they really need one.
Fighting about where to get this first round of money from is like fighting over where to throw the first shovel full of snow.
Whether you talking women, race or addiction, LePage’s apology only seemed to highlight the need for more apologies.
A long time ago I asked a mentor of mine how certain “powers that be” were getting away with some pretty questionable activities at the juncture of public and private funds. He told me it was all about what part of the story gets told, what numbers get presented. It’s all about picking what gets […]